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Some Minn. Police To Begin Testing Gun-Mounted CamerasAs more police departments begin equipping officers with body cameras, a new type of camera is being tested by cops nationwide.
Wild's Zucker Raising Funds For Broadcast Studio In Masonic Children's HospitalThe Zucker Family Suite and Broadcast Studio will be a space for patients and their families to feel like they are escaping the hospital.
Officials Tight-Lipped On Minnesota's Bid For Amazon's 2nd HeadquartersThe deadline is looming for Minnesota to submit its plan to bring Amazon's new headquarters to the state.
Target Center Unveils Renovations Before Timberwolves Home OpenerTarget Center is just about ready to open its doors to the public after undergoing a massive, multi-million dollar renovation. 
1 Dead, 2 Injured After House Being Set On Foundation FallsOne man is dead and two others are injured after a house fell on all three in northern Minnesota Sunday.
Minnehaha Academy Upper School Rebuild To Start SoonThe core of the Upper School was so badly shaken by an explosion in August that the section must be completely rebuilt.
Friends, Co-Workers Remember Princeton Plane Crash VictimsA husband and wife out for a simple fall color pleasure flight, turned fatal so quickly.
Ojibwe Bands To Hold Public Meetings On Line 3 Pipeline PlanSix Ojibwe bands that oppose Enbridge Energy's proposal to replace its Line 3 oil pipeline will open public meetings this week as part of their own environmental assessment.
State Department Grants Permit For Alberta Clipper PipelineThe State Department has granted Enbridge Energy a presidential permit for the final piece of its project to boost the capacity of its Alberta Clipper oil pipeline.
Dayton Approves Reinsurance ProgramGov. Mark Dayton has signed a federal waiver approving a new state program to lower health insurance premiums.
Wis. Gov. Walker: NFL Players Should Stand During AnthemWisconsin Gov. Scott Walker says he thinks NFL players should stop protesting during the national anthem and instead speak out against domestic violence.
Woman Sentenced To 30 Years In Deer River DecapitationA 23-year-old Grand Rapids woman faces 30 years in prison for her role in the decapitation of a man in northern Minnesota last year.

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